The 10 Best Hotels in Charleston, S.C.: Readers' Choice Awards 2015
Overall Rating: 93.878The Wentworth was built in 1886 as the private home of a wealthy cotton merchant. The staff is incredibly considerate. Feeling sick? They�ll all sign a get-well card and send it with a plush robe. There's plenty of room to lounge in the guest rooms, decorated in Charleston green, dark reds, and gold. All have huge whirlpool tubs, and most have working fireplaces.
Readers voted Charleston their favorite small city in the U.S. this year, and with that comes an appreciation for its Rainbow Row of centuries-old homes, swooning live oaks over cobbled lanes, and world-class restaurants. Find out where to stay on your next visit—these are our readers' top hotels in the city. See the full list of Readers' Choice Awards.